Topics for Native American Heritage Month

In honor of Native American Heritage Month this November, Humanities Nebraska encourages schools, libraries, clubs and other groups to promote programs that explore and celebrate the Native American culture.

The HN Speakers Bureau offers 28 different programs on Native American culture, including 10 topics that are ideal for youth. Use the events form to schedule one of the following programs today. Plan to schedule your speaker and submit your forms at least 30 days prior to your event.

 

Native American History

A Brief History of the Five Tribes of Nebraska

Chief Little Crow of the 1862 Uprising

I Am a Man: Chief Standing Bear’s Journey for Justice

A Warrior of the People: The Indomitable Courage of Susan La Flesche – America’s First Indian Doctor

Lewis and Clark Meet the Sioux

Native American Stereotyping in Popular Culture

Nebraska Archeology: 10,000 B.C.E. to Circa 1800 C.E.

The Otoe-Missouria Tribe: The Forgotten Nebraskans

Our Plains Indian Heritage

The Plains Tribes and the Homestead Act

Ponca History and Heritage

Understanding American Indian Tribal Governments

The Universal Sacred Hoop

Wahtohtana hedan Nyut^achi mahin Xanje akipa (Otoe and Missouria Meet Big Knives)

The Voice of Native American Women

 

Notable Native Americans

Chief Little Crow of the 1862 Uprising

Dr. Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa)

I Am a Man: Chief Standing Bear’s Journey for Justice

The Legacy of Neihardt and Black Elk

The Life and Work of Dr. Susan LaFlesche Picotte

A Warrior of the People: The Indomitable Courage of Susan La Flesche – America’s First Indian Doctor

Sitting Bull Family Story

Speaking of Ella Deloria

 

Native American Culture

American Indian Values for the 21st Century

Harvesting Food and Medicine in the Dakota Tradition

The Otoe-Missouria Tribe: The Forgotten Nebraskans

Ponca History and Heritage

Social and Political Structures of the Omaha Tribe

Lifestyles of Lakota Women

Understanding American Indian Tribal Governments

The Universal Sacred Hoop

Urbanization and Native Americans

The Voice of Native American Women

 

Native American Storytelling

Children Stories, Animal Stories and Traditional Lakota Stories

Kiowa Tales

Songs, Dances and Games of the Lakota

Storytelling of the Dakota

 

Native American Programs for Youth

A Brief History of the Five Tribes of Nebraska

Children Stories, Animal Stories and Traditional Lakota Stories

Harvesting Food and Medicine in the Dakota Tradition

Kiowa Tales

Lifestyles of Lakota Women

Nebraska Archeology: 10,000 B.C.E. to Circa 1800 C.E.

The Otoe-Missouria Tribe: The Forgotten Nebraskans

Our Plains Indian Heritage

Songs, Dances and Games of the Lakota

Storytelling of the Dakota

 

 


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